Thai culture with its centuries-old tradition of respect and hospitality has easily adapted to the new demands and demands of the modern world. The people are influenced by Buddhism, which is practically the state religion and is a unifying element for most Thai people.
The mixture of religious ideas and philosophies with a vision of the world is understood by the Thais. Animals, plants, fountains and stones are said to be spirited and revered.
Respect for the elders, but also respect for the superiors identifies the marks of social protocols. They talk to each other, including the Wai. The wai is the Thai greeting (Thai: pron, pronounced [wâːj]) which consists of a light arch with the palms pressed together like a prayer.